The Dutch settled in New Amsterdam
a variety of counties, cultures, and religions settled in the colony of New York.
New York was origonally a Dutch colony (New Netherland). The Dutch also settled into Delaware.
It was settled by Duke of York in 1760 after it was given to him after England took it from the Dutch.
ANSWERThe Dutch settled New Amsterdam, which became New York City after the Dutch surrendered the land to the English.
Various religions settled in the New York colony. New York colony wanted all faiths to join in the colony.
The colony of New York held the current states of Vermont, Delaware, New Jersey, and New York. It was first settled in 1624.
new yorkthe dutch primarily settled at the new york colony
The Dutch settled the colony of New York that was first called New Amsterdam. The colony of New York traded all kinds of fur and they were successful in the farming of staple crops. The colony underwent ownership changes to Britain in 1674.
I have found that wherever they settled in the New York Colony, the Dutch Reformed Church mainly dominated.
The colony of New York was settled first by the Dutch and then by the English. The main religion of both the Dutch and English was Protestantism. New York was one of the Middle colonies.
New York. It was settled by the Dutch in the 17th Century and was called Nieuw-Amsterdam.
The New York colony was originally known as New Netherlands. It was started after a captain for the Dutch East India Company landed in the area. The area was then claimed by the Dutch and settled.
Colonists did, but they named the state after the duke of yorkANSWER:Peter Minuit founded what would later become the colony of New York, in 1626, for the Dutch. During this time, the region was known as New Netherland.The English took the territory over in 1663, and the new colony was named after the Duke of York, and would forever be known, as the colony of New York, and over time the state of New York.
New York City was originally settled by the Dutch, and was called New Amsterdam. The early settlers were engaged in the fur trade.
The Dutch settled in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. Their settlement of New Amsterdam became New York City.
The first Europeans to establish a colony in what later became New York State was the Dutch. They settled there in around 1613.
New York was settled by the lenape tribe and the iroquois. Hope this helps :)
they settled in new England
The Dutch colony of New Amsterdam (settled in 1624) became New York City when the English took control in 1664.